Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas
|Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas|
The complex stratovolcano of Sierra Nevada from the south
|Elevation||6,127 m (20,102 ft)|
|Location||Argentina / Chile|
|Age of rock||Holocene|
|First ascent||December 12, 2000 - Robert Ayers, Tony Brake, Paul Doherty, Paul Morgan - United States|
Sierra Nevada, also known as Sierra Nevada de Lagunas Bravas, is a volcanic complex which lies in both Chile and Argentina. Some of the complex is of Holocene age, but there is also an older Pleistocene volcanism evident. The older material is to the east in Argentina. The complex lies in one of the most remote regions of the Andes, making study difficult. It covers a total area of 225 km².
- "Sierra Nevada". Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian Institution. http://www.volcano.si.edu/world/volcano.cfm?vnum=1505-12.
- González-Ferrán, Oscar (1995). Volcanes de Chile. Santiago, Chile: Instituto Geográfico Militar. pp. 215–220. ISBN 956-202-054-1. (in Spanish; also includes volcanoes of Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru)
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